Monday, September 17, 2007

Dr. R. Dandridge Collins earned a bachelor’s of science in psychology and Spanish with a minor concentration in French from Eastern University. He completed a master’s of divinity in pastoral psychology at Palmer Theological Seminary. He earned his Ph. D. in counseling psychology at Temple University as a Bilingualism Fellow. Dr. Collins is currently the proprietor of the Pastoral Counseling Network and lives in Yeadon, Pennsylvania with his wife and family.

The Trauma Zone: Trusting God for Emotional Healing

The Trauma Zone provides life-changing action steps, scriptures and simple prayers to help readers gauge their own readiness for recovery and find permanent solutions to their issues. Also included is a plethora of self-help resources, recommended readings and a section that shows a reader how to select a support person to help with the healing journey.

Lessons Learned

To cope with emotions such as depression, anger, anxiety, and grief

To free oneself from the pain of the past

To become unstuck, get up and thrive in life

To break destructive habits

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